Here comes an authentic, simple, never fail and yummy recipe of lemon rice. Its simple, easy to cook and has a beautiful and aromatic taste and flavors. This is a mouth watering south Indian dish prepared by adding lemon juice while stir frying steamed basmati rice in spices. This lemon rice recipe is a popular in South Indian dish. It’s tempered with spices such as mustard seeds, curry leaves and adding of chana and urad dal ads crunchiness in my lemon rice and lemon juice for that tangy flavor. The lemon rice preparation is similar to Chinese fried rice except that spices used in this recipe are different and its lemony yellow color will make tempted to have it as soon as, you see, it. Since this recipe requires stir frying steamed basmati rice, it’s good to cook steamed rice at least 2-3 hours in advance, or you can also use leftover rice.it is easy to make and can get done in few minutes. You can serve lemon rice is typically served with pickle or papad. So Let’s see how to make this lemon rice recipe.
Here comes an healthy breakfast recipe from my kitchen.Ragi is a whole grain that is gluten-free and a staple in South India. as It is rich in fiber so it helps with weight loss and diabetes. It’s packed with calcium, good carbs, ammino acids and Vitamin D..
This upma is not only easy to make but is so nutritious as well.Ragi also known as Nachni is used regularly at home to make so many of our everyday foods.Some of the most common food made with ragi are porridge,lodoo.Ragi upma is a healthy and easy breakfast recipe. It like this receipe with ragi flour. it makes a very good breakfast and keeps yo full for long hours.Healthy ragi flour upma which taste more delicious when served hot.Lets see how to make this fitness recipe.
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Fish curries is very popular in Southern part of India. Today, I am sharing one of the popular recipes of southern India called as Manglorean fish curry. Mangalore Fish Curry is one of my favourite ways to eat fish. It is fantastic paired with neer dosa, sanas or steamed rice. Mangalore, a vibrant city located on the coastal belt of Karnataka, is known for its rich culture, and delicious cuisine.
One of the most known dishes in the city is a good old, authentic fish curry that can be paired with rice. Mangalore fish curry uses coconut and Kokum water along with chilies to make these delicious fish curry. The spices are well-balanced with the fresh coconut to make this delightful Konkan curry. Mangalore Fish Curry is one of my favourite ways to eat fish. It is fantastic paired with neer dosa, sanas or steamed rice. Mangalore is in the state of Karnataka and has a vast coastline.
This coconut-based curry can be prepared by using a variety of fresh fish like king fish,pomfrets. Mackerels or prawns. Today in this receipei I have used pomfrets. Learn how to make delicious, tangy, authentic Mangalorean fish curry with this easy recipe.
Kori gassi is a traditional Mangalorean Bunt’s dish with a coconut based red curry. Here Kori means chicken and Gassi means curry. Coconut plays an
important part in Mangalorean cuisine and the main ingredient in the Kori Gassi is the coconut. The sweetness of the coconut milk balances the spicy flavours from the red chillies, peppercorns. Mangalore is a hot coastal region. People in Mangalore love their spices and the coconut.Its a coconut and red chilli based curry that is so delicious. Most of their curries has a blend of wonderful spices and of course coconut in it. In Tulu language,The gorgeous red color is from the dried red chilies we use in the curry. These red chilies called as Byadagi Menasinakai gives beautiful red color but is not spicy at all. Kori gassi is traditionally served with Kori Rotti – a traditional and unique rotti (crispy flatbread) made from rice flour. Kori rotti is available in any stores that sell Mangalore Special foods.Serve Kori Gassi Recipe as a Sunday meal along with Kori Rotti or Mangalorean Neer Dosa Recipe.